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Is the Chief of Government taking advantage of his position and uses the state resources to collect new votes?
Mustafa Al Sayed Al Hashimi, Chief of Government Communications and International Relations (CGIRO) in the hospital.
In the United States, the president is both chief of government (like a prime minister) and chief of state (like a king).
In early 2012, then Premier Putin made him deputy PM and chief of government staff.
Abe has been the first Japanese chief of government to express open opposition to the Murayama statement, issued in 1995 at the 50th anniversary of the end of World War II, which acknowledged that, through its colonial rule and aggression, Japan "caused tremendous damage and suffering to the people of many countries, particularly to those of Asian nations.
We have a great technology that will be able to monitor and predict the weather, so we have no reason why a farmer in sub-Saharan Africa cannot get assistance in real time, said Fatima Kassam, African Risk Capacity chief of Government Affairs and Policy.
Reports that the governments of Zimbabwe, Botswana, Zambia, Namibia and Angola agreed to sell rhino horn powder in clinics and pharmacies are "malicious and false," says Dr Jeff Ramsay, Botswana's chief of government communication.
The Chief of Government and Administration at the National Council for Strategic Planning, Dr Ismail Al-Haj Musa, said in a statement to SUNA that the meeting discussed implementation of the five-year plan (2007-2011), adding that arrangements are underway to convene a meeting of the council by the end of February.
Abdelilah Benkirane, Chief of Government of Morocco, agreed.
David Fitzhugh, assistant city manager, Avondale; Valarie McCall, chief of government operations, Cleveland; and I.
Representing the Tunisian host government of this year s World Press Freedom Day, Ridha Kazdaghli, Secretary of State and Counsel of Communication to the Chief of Government, reaffirmed the symbolic importance of this event taking place in Tunisia a year following the Revolution.
Previously, he served as chief of government affairs for the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance, and as deputy budget director for the New Jersey Legislature's Assembly Majority.

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